International Management Program ©

Challenging competition in global markets

Globalization, heightened competitive pressure, and increasingly complex networks present globally active companies with new challenges. In order to be able to meet these in a proactive way, new perspectives, market strategies and business models are required. The success of a company is to a large degree dependent on the know-how and competence of its decision makers. One of the essential success factors in this context is the critical analysis of the international environment as well as the identification of opportunities and challenges.

The IMP International Management Program© was developed in close cooperation with internationally acknowledged researchers to provide decision makers in international competition with a high-quality management training. The program is held entirely in English. It includes a global view on economic interrelations and offers a unique opportunity to work with renowned lecturers from all over the world, and to thus acquire management skills on an exceptionally high level. Intensive modules at prestigious partner institutions are a highlight of the program. During these courses, participants attend international MBA classes, acquire intercultural experience in exchange with colleagues and, moreover, obtain a certificate in their chosen area of specialization.

In this course of study you will learn how to

  • recognize trends and developments in national and international markets,
  • establish international networks and form partnerships,
  • identify international management opportunities and challenges,
  • develop cross-functional and strategic approaches to be able to effectively seize new chances and meet the challenges of your profession, and to successfully implement newly acquired skills in your company,
  • understand the efficiency of corporate communications and corporate behavior in an international context, both on personal and institutional levels,
  • foster your analytical skills and decision-making competence in key areas of management,
  • use the creation of value and service orientation as continual processes to shape international business relations,
  • lead high-performance teams.

The IMP International Management Program© is appropriate for decision makers in middle and highermanagement seeking to foster their general management and leadership skills and to develop new perspectives for their businesses in global markets.

Short Facts
  • Duration: 25 days
  • Next start: 14, May 2018
  • Application deadline: 27, April 2018
  • Language: English
  • Costs: EUR 9,980,-
  • ECTS: 33

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Claudia Haidacher
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Your way to success

The numerous graduates of the Certificate in General Management program attest to the success of this course. Please see below for more information:

The International Management Program© is a part-time course of study based on a didactic concept tailored to the needs of professional decision makers.

The content of the course is divided into nine modules teaching international strategic management, leadership, and cross-cultural management. Please also plan extra time for five projects to be completed as part of selected modules and your final paper and exam.

The program is held entirely in English. Therefore, participants are expected to have a perfect command of the English language, such as certified by TOEFL or IELTS. A minimum score of 92 points in the internet-based TOEFL test and 6.5 in the IELTS test is required.

The next course starts on 14, May 2018
More information on costs & teaching principles can be found here.

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MIP Politecnico di Milano has been recognised as a prestigious business school for over 30 years, attracting graduates interested in a managerial career in business or in public administration, together with companies wishing to enhance their organisation and strategies. MIP is a consortium between the Politecnico di Milano – the majority shareholder – and seventeen private players, mostly large multinational corporations. For this reason, MIP is able to integrate distinctive academic know-how with practical professional experience derived from the world of business and consultancy.

The faculty includes carefully selected lecturers from MCI, the University of Innsbruck, and other elite academic institutions. All faculty members are recognized instructors and/or consultants with years of experience in cooperating with executives and professionals. Their reputation in the academic world is impeccable and their expertise lives up to international standards.

Academic Board

Dr. Kurt Matzler
Kurt Matzler is a university professor at the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano in South Tyrol and at the University of Innsbruck in Tyrol.

Joseph G. Nellis, Ph.D
Joseph G. Nellis is Professor of Global Economy and the deputy director of Economic Policy & Performance at Cranfield School of Management in Bedford, UK.

Faculty (excerpt):

Sayan Chatterjee, Ph.D
Sayan Chatterjee is Professor of Design & Innovation at Weatherhead School of Management of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH.

Dr. Jürgen Huber
Jürgen Huber is the head of the Department of Banking & Finance of the University of Innsbruck.

Dr. Todd A. Mooradian, B.A., M.B.A.
Todd A. Mooradian is associate dean of faculty and academic affairs and the William J. Fields Professor of Business at the College of William & Mary Mason School of Business Administration in Williamsburg, VA.

Thomas Pichler
Thomas Pichler is a lecturer in the Bachelor’s in Business & Management program at MCI and an auditor as well as tax consultant at Stauder Schuchter Kempf in Innsbruck.

Dr. Patrick Spieth
Patrick Spieth is a professor and the head of technology and innovation management at the Institute of Management & Business Studies of the University of Kassel, Germany.

Mohan Subramaniam, M.S., M.B.A., D.B.A.
Mohan Subramaniam teaches as an associate professor at the Department of Management & Organization of the Carroll School of Management of Boston College in Boston, MA.

The MCI certificate programs have been designed to meet the highest international quality standards. They are continuously assessed by internal and external bodies.

The International Management Program© can be counted towards the Executive MBA in General Management program, which has been awarded the FIBAA Premium Seal.

All business-related MCI study programs have been accredited by the renowned Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).

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